Norwich City say relegation from the Premier League should be scrapped if the top flight completes its season but the Championship does not.
Premier League clubs met on Monday to to continue talks on ‘Project Restart’ but doing away with relegation has not yet been discussed.
The league is aiming to return by 12 June, with the Canaries bottom of the table and six points from safety.
Championship clubs are due to meet on Wednesday after an EFL board meeting.
“What we could not accept is a situation where we play all our games and get relegated, but the Championship can’t play, and they automatically promote some teams who haven’t finished the season,” Norwich sporting director Stuart Webber told Sky Sports.
“For anyone who has got promoted from the Championship, it is a 46- or 49-game slog. It needs to be settled on the pitch – both coming up and going down.”